I am embarrassed to say that this happened, but I put some duck eggs in the incubator and for reasons I won't go into, completely forgot about them. I blew it in the first week and never bothered to take them out (yes, I know how bad that is). I cannot tell you what the temp has been because I never really paid attention. I don't know what the humidity has been, except that occasionally when I'd look at the hydrometer and thought about how I really needed to throw the eggs away, it was always low (under 30). I've never turned the eggs, which are in a carton. Today, I noticed a smell in the bator. Not wanting to have an explosion, I turned it off, took the lid off, and took the carton to the trash can outside in the cold. At the last minute, I decided to put them back into the cooled bator, turn it back on, and at least candle them tonight before throwing them out tomorrow. It's midnight, and beyond all belief, I heard chirping. One little duckling has pipped. It is 98 degrees and 17 percent hum. WHAT ON EARTH SHOULD I DO?! I'm afraid that it need more humidity, but that a drastic increase would be bad. I want to take it out and wrap it in a warm, wet towel, but I'm sure that would be bad. Advice, please!!!